COMPLETE POTLUCK MENU
1. April Pulley Sayre: “Vegetable Poetry,” “U.S. 31 Thoughts,” Waldorf Salad
2. Mary Quattlebaum: “Recipe for a Party,” Pirate Pie
3. Helen Frost: “Awake,” Grandma Viney’s Oatmeal Bread
4. Linda Ashman: “Catastrophic Coco,” Orzo with Spinach, Feta and Olives
5. Gail Gerwin: “With or Without Rice, A Kitchen Ballet,” Cele Stern Fishman’s Stuffed Cabbage
6. Martha Calderaro: “Special Delivery,” Blueberry Muffins
7. Kathi Appelt: “Pecan Pie,” Southern Pecan Pie
8. Robyn Hood Black: “Spooky Brew in Black and White,” Oatmeal Jam(a) Bars
9. Charles Waters: “Santa Fe Chili,” Santa Fe Black Bean Chili
10. Adele Kenny: “Chosen Ghosts,” Staffordshire Irish Stew
11. Linda Baie: “Grandmother’s Biscuits,” Country-Fresh Biscuits
12. Lesa Medley: “The Winds of Change,” Asparagus Pasta
13. Leslie Muir: “Witch’s Jambalaya,” Witch’s Jambalaya
14. Margarita Engle: “Treasure,” Batido (Mango Smoothie)
15. Sondra Gash: “Rugelah, 5 a.m.,” Apricot Rugelah
16. Doraine Bennett: “The Lump in My Throat,” Easy Quiche
17. Janet Wong: “Grandmother’s Almond Cookies”
18. Jill Corcoran: “Dare to Dream,” Carrot Cake Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting
19. Lill Pluta: “Lillian’s Pocket,” Pita Pocket Sandwiches
20. Heidi Bee Roemer: “The Skater,” Vegetarian Lentil Soup
21. Lee Wardlaw: “A Catku,” Kitty Litter Cake
♥ A permanent link to this menu can be found in the blog’s sidebar under “Archival Lists”
Copyright © 2012 Jama Rattigan of Jama’s Alphabet Soup. All rights reserved.
9 thoughts on “2012 Poetry Potluck Archive”
So glad to have this digital treasure of poems and recipes. Thanks, Jama!
You’re welcome, Mary. A pleasure to have you join us this year!
Congratulations on another amazing Poetry Potluck! I really enjoyed the series. but, of course, I always enjoy your blog.
Thanks, Adrienne! Always appreciate your visits :).
How do you do those photos, Jama? They’re great! I appreciate all the work you’ve put into this past month, including this latest cookbook file of poetry and recipes. Thanks much, Jama!
Which photo(s) do you mean, Linda? If you mean the soup, I made a bowl of tomato soup with alphabet pasta (dyed some of the letters with green food coloring). Cut the hearts out of cheese. Then just snapped a photo :).
I just meant the bowl of soup, as you described. It’s quite a wonderful visual!
Glad you like the soup! I think Campbell’s should give me some kind of premium since I’ve been using tons of their tomato soup ever since 2007 :).
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